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Billericay is a town in the south Essex borough of Basildon.


Billericay train station is on the Greater Anglia line running from London Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria.

Basildon train station is on the c2c line from Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness.


The First Essex 300 runs from Basildon to Chelmsford, via Noak Bridge, South Green, Billericay and Stock.  Though the 9 route goes through Billericay, this does not run on a Sunday.

High Street

There are a number of pubs along Billericay's High Street.  The Crown, The Railway, The Chequers and The Blue Boar (Wetherspoons) are all at the station end of the High Street.  The Red Lion is further along the road and The Coach and Horses is on Chapel Street, behind the High Street.

Next to The Blue Boar is Deli 37, a café that does a great cooked breakfast.  There are several other cafes along the High Street as well as a Subway, KFC and Waitrose.

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New Lodge is a 15-20 minute walk from the train station and the High Street.

From the High Street you can walk down Western Road or London Road, which meet at the traffic lights.

From Western Road you cross straight over into Tye Common Road, or turn left from London Road.  Blunts Wall Road is the second turning on the right.

The Stadium

New Lodge Stadium has a capacity of 3,400 with a large amount of covered seating, and terracing behind both goals.  


Spectators have a great view of the pitch staying quite close to the action.

The main stand, near the turnstiles, has wheelchair access and spaces for wheelchair users.



New Lodge operates on credit card payments.  Entry can be paid for on the turnstiles.

The Clubhouse

The clubhouse is warm in winter, air conditioned in the summer and has plenty of seating for visitors.  It sells a range of hot & cold drinks, snacks as well as Billericay Town merchandise and is also the home of our sweet shop.

We have a large projector screen and several TVs that are all used on matchdays usually showing that days football matches, depending on what events are on at the time.

There is also a pool table and dart boards.

Food Hut

The food hut can be found in the bottom corner of the ground, next to the stand along Blunts Wall Road (terraced stand behind the goal nearest the turnstiles), which sells a range of hot food, snacks and drinks.


You are welcome to bring your dog to matches, but we ask that you keep them on a leash.


We do not allow drums, horns, vuvuzelas etc into the ground for matches.

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Food Hut Menu

Breakfast Bap
Bacon Roll
Egg Roll

Double Burger
Cheese Burger
Double Cheese Burger
Burgers and Chips
Cheese Burger and Chips
Veggie Burger
Veggie Burger and Chips



Cheesy Chips

Hot Dog
Hot Dog and Chips

Chicken Goujons and Chips

Pie and Chips

Sausage Rolls








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There is no parking along Blunts Wall Road.  There is street parking around Tye Common Road, but please be considerate to our neighbours

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A space for coaches will be made available for visiting teams.  Any supporters travelling on the team coach will need to enter via the turnstiles.

New Lodge has an artificial pitch.  Players and coaches will need to wear astros or moulded boots when entering the pitch.

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Any media wishing to gain Matchday Accreditation will need to contact us at by the Friday before a Sunday match or two days before a midweek fixture.

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Clubs needing information for the matchday programme:


The club badge shown on this page has been vectored for your use.

If you require a photo for your programme please contact us.

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